How To Make Fireball Sangria For Your Next Get-Together
This holiday cocktail is perfect for your next party!
Looking for a winter cocktail that’ll warm you up without having to be served steaming hot in a mug? You may want to try out a sangria recipe that uses Fireball whisky.
This concoction from Delish calls for soaking diced green apples and fresh oranges in Fireball whisky. The longer you soak the fruit, the boozier it gets. Then you add apple juice and red wine and let the whole mixture chill for a few hours.
Go Go Go Gourmet has a similar recipe that uses frozen fruit and orange, peach and mango juices. This version might be better for when you want to serve your Fireball sangria pronto. The frozen fruit acts as a substitute for ice and won’t water down the cocktail as it defrosts.
Looking for something to serve at a tailgate? HGTV has a big batch version of Fireball sangria that could also be served warm if needed.
If you prefer a bubbly take on the Fireball sangria, Mantitlement created a sparkling version. It uses apple liquor, apple cider, caramel vodka, sparkling cider or champagne, pomegranate, cinnamon sticks and Fireball for a delicious sangria. The recipe author claims that if you’re not usually a fan of Fireball, you just might be after this drink.
Looking for an apple-cider-Fireball cocktail that requires fewer ingredients? Here’s one from Spoon University that uses pinot grigio and apple cider along with Fireball-soaked apples and pears. The addition of seltzer makes this apple cinnamon sangria a lighter option, too.
If you’re a fan of the cinnamon-infused Canadian whisky but not in the mood for sangria, there are plenty of other Fireball cocktails to try. You can keep this hot Fireball apple cider warm in a slow cooker for easy party serving. Or try the company’s own recipe for a Washington Apple cocktail with apple schnapps and cranberry juice.
If all else fails, this chai tea with a tipple of Fireball will also certainly leave you feeling plenty warm during the cold winter days.
Which Fireball drink would you try?
This story originally appeared on Simplemost.